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Nanomaterials and technologies for low temperature solid oxide fuel cells: recent advances, challenges and opportunities
L Fan, B Zhu, PC Su, C He
Nano Energy 45, 148-176, 2018
3982018
Functional ceria–salt-composite materials for advanced ITSOFC applications
B Zhu
Journal of Power sources 114 (1), 1-9, 2003
3582003
Innovative low temperature SOFCs and advanced materials
B Zhu, XT Yang, J Xu, ZG Zhu, SJ Ji, MT Sun, JC Sun
Journal of Power Sources 118 (1-2), 47-53, 2003
2872003
Recent development of ceria-based (nano) composite materials for low temperature ceramic fuel cells and electrolyte-free fuel cells
L Fan, C Wang, M Chen, B Zhu
Journal of Power Sources 234, 154-174, 2013
2832013
Novel core–shell SDC/amorphous Na2CO3 nanocomposite electrolyte for low-temperature SOFCs
X Wang, Y Ma, R Raza, M Muhammed, B Zhu
Electrochemistry Communications 10 (10), 1617-1620, 2008
2622008
Shaping triple-conducting semiconductor BaCo0.4Fe0.4Zr0.1Y0.1O3-δ into an electrolyte for low-temperature solid oxide fuel cells
C Xia, Y Mi, B Wang, B Lin, G Chen, B Zhu
Nature communications 10 (1), 1707, 2019
2492019
A brief description of high temperature solid oxide fuel cell’s operation, materials, design, fabrication technologies and performance
M Irshad, K Siraj, R Raza, A Ali, P Tiwari, B Zhu, A Rafique, A Ali, ...
Applied Sciences 6 (3), 75, 2016
2252016
Ceria-based nanocomposite with simultaneous proton and oxygen ion conductivity for low-temperature solid oxide fuel cells
X Wang, Y Ma, S Li, AH Kashyout, B Zhu, M Muhammed
Journal of Power Sources 196 (5), 2754-2758, 2011
2112011
Innovative solid carbonate–ceria composite electrolyte fuel cells
B Zhu, X Liu, P Zhou, X Yang, Z Zhu, W Zhu
Electrochemistry communications 3 (10), 566-571, 2001
2042001
Streptococcus sanguinis biofilm formation & interaction with oral pathogens
B Zhu, LC Macleod, T Kitten, P Xu
Future microbiology 13 (08), 915-932, 2018
2022018
Schottky junction effect on high performance fuel cells based on nanocomposite materials
B Zhu, PD Lund, R Raza, Y Ma, L Fan, M Afzal, J Patakangas, Y He, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 5 (8), 1401895, 2015
1962015
Advantages of intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells for tractionary applications
B Zhu
Journal of Power Sources 93 (1-2), 82-86, 2001
1952001
Fast ionic conduction in semiconductor CeO2-δ electrolyte fuel cells
B Wang, B Zhu, S Yun, W Zhang, C Xia, M Afzal, Y Cai, Y Liu, Y Wang, ...
NPG Asia Materials 11 (1), 51, 2019
1802019
An electrolyte‐free fuel cell constructed from one homogenous layer with mixed conductivity
B Zhu, R Raza, G Abbas, M Singh
Advanced Functional Materials 21 (13), 2465-2469, 2011
1752011
Solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technical challenges and solutions from nano‐aspects
B Zhu
International Journal of Energy Research 33 (13), 1126-1137, 2009
1752009
Proton Shuttles in CeO2/CeO2−δ Core–Shell Structure
Y Xing, Y Wu, L Li, Q Shi, J Shi, S Yun, M Akbar, B Wang, JS Kim, B Zhu
ACS Energy Letters 4 (11), 2601-2607, 2019
1622019
Improved ceria–carbonate composite electrolytes
R Raza, X Wang, Y Ma, X Liu, B Zhu
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 35 (7), 2684-2688, 2010
1612010
Novel fuel cell with nanocomposite functional layer designed by perovskite solar cell principle
B Zhu, Y Huang, L Fan, Y Ma, B Wang, C Xia, M Afzal, B Zhang, W Dong, ...
Nano Energy 19, 156-164, 2016
1602016
Breakthrough fuel cell technology using ceria-based multi-functional nanocomposites
B Zhu, L Fan, P Lund
Applied energy 106, 163-175, 2013
1562013
Theoretical approach on ceria-based two-phase electrolytes for low temperature (300–600 C) solid oxide fuel cells
B Zhu, S Li, BE Mellander
Electrochemistry Communications 10 (2), 302-305, 2008
1542008
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